Session 511: VO28 -> Migrants and Crime: New Directions and Emerging Issues
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Essex
Session Chair: Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Florida International University
Mapping the Immigration/Homicide Relationship in Three Border Cities, 1985-1995
by: Matthew T. Lee, University of Akron (Corresponding)
Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Florida International University
Immigrant Crime, Deportation and Detention: Is Detention Necessary to Ensure that Criminal Aliens Appear at Court Hearings
by: Moira O'Neil, The Vera Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Felinda Mottino, The Vera Institute of Justice
Revisiting the Immigrant/Violent Crime Nexus: Results From Miami
by: Amie L. Nielsen, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Florida International University
The Social Organization of Organized Chinese Alien Smuggling
by: Sheldon Zhang, California State University - San Marcos (Corresponding)
Ko-lin Chin, Rutgers University
Zhang Changrong, Fujian Public Security College
Wang Yong, Fujian Public Security College
Discussants:
Janet L. Lauritsen, University of Missouri - St. Louis

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